David Walker

Designer and developer

Specialising in the design and development of accessible and well-designed digital solutions, David has been building websites and touch-screen interactives for 7 years.

David is an avid fan of all things relating to museums, culture and history. David’s favourite part of his work is absorbing new information while working on museum exhibits. It’s great to have a job where you can provide value and learn new things at the same time.


Adam Winston

Designer and illustrator

Adelaide born and raised, Adam mixes a lifetime of creative tendencies with an history of study in psychology, sociology and graphic design. Mashing these fields together has resulted in illustrations and designs with a playful-yet-logical rationale.

Adam is a geek and a goofball, and tends to draw inspiration from science, pop-culture, and adventures with his golden retriever, Pantone (or Pants for short).

Left to right: Drew (David’s partner), David and Adam

Our history

Digital Barn began as David’s freelancer pseudonym, moonlighting on a variety of web and branding projects while also working full time for an Adelaide based web company. The company began in earnest when David branched out on his own in 2014, which is when this all began.

In 2016, Adam started working on projects as a designer and illustrator. In 2017, he’s now come on board full-time, already adding more artistic and creative flair to every project he’s touched.

The name Digital Barn was created in 2012, when David and his partner were brainstorming on trains during their trip in Europe. At the time many of David’s projects were animal based, so when brainstorming the ideas started naturally leaning towards the farmyard. While the animal to non-animal ratio has shifted somewhat, we still keep the name.